Monthly Archives: September 2018

On Your Wedding Day – Korean Movie

Yesterday was a belated celebration for my friend Serene. We decided to spend a day having lunch followed by a movie. I chose this movie since we were both Korean drama fans before, but gave up for lack of time. … Continue reading

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The Ends of Our Tethers by Alasdair Gray

In my zest to get my youngest son Aaron to read as widely as possible, I used to go to books warehouse sale at The Expo, located at the opposite end of the island from where I live. For people … Continue reading

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The Wife – Movie Review

If you’re given the opportunity to pursue your passion but denied the credits that come with it, would you be ok with it? In 1968, a gifted creative writing student Joan had an affair with her married professor Joe. They … Continue reading

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Crazy Rich Asians – Movie Review

I read the book three years ago and did a quick book review (with plenty of spelling errors. I shall tidy up later, sorry! ) which I attach here: I was surprised I actually enjoyed the movie, a light … Continue reading

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Being Mortal by Atul Gawande

When I was working in a VWO two years ago, my ex-boss highly recommended this book to anyone who is a caregiver to an elderly. So I bought it for my husband to read since he was caring for his … Continue reading

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